The foreign policy of the current administration has weakened the global leadership of the United States and caused some major tension with our allies and friends around the world. A major change in direction is needed. Please click here to read more about Newman's stance on foreign policy.
Healthcare is a right, and not a privilege. Improved healthcare accessibility in Iowa and better healthcare quality will lead to healthier families, improved standard of living, and a stronger economy. Please click here to read more about Newman's stance on healthcare.
Iowa's infrastructure has a lot of room for improvement, and Newman's experience as a DoT engineer makes him uniquely qualified to address these needs. Please click here to read more about Newman's plans for improving Iowa's infrastructure.
Iowa is proud to be one of the best states in the nation when it comes to public education, but there is a lot of room for improvement. Iowa's future hinges on a highly educated workforce that can compete in the 21st century in the face of technological advancements and scientific breakthroughs. Iowa's economy needs to be more diversified and that starts with a strong education system, both at the university and K-12 levels. Please click here to read more about Newman's plans for improving Iowa's education.
Iowa's economy, while strong and enjoys low level of unemployment, needs to be more diversified. As Iowans, we need to attract more meaningful jobs, especially in green energy, tech, healthcare and education. About 75% of Iowans make less than $20 per hour and that has to change. Please click here to read more about Newman's plans for improving Iowa's economy.